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Watch our unofficial video for Block-2’s gorgeous track ‘Ethereal’

The second episode in our low budget music video series. Hands are pretty great, all things considered. Hope you enjoy. Block-2 is a Karachi artist, whose latest release was the bombastic 'shrap' EP. Important links so you can support the artist: SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/abdul-moiz-parvez Patari: http://patari.pk/home/artist/5650fde1... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yoblockwho   You can also watch the first video for NAWKSH's 'Hash

TAAZA: ‘Dus Rupay Glass’ by Saulat Qadri

Saulat Qadri's latest track centres around the repeated phrase 'dus rupay glass' blaring from a distant juice vendor. And even though Qadri warns us with a disclaimer - 'you might find the loops monotonous' - it's quickly evident that that is the point. This 11 minute track reminded me of composer Steve Reich's famous 'Come

Frostbitten Kitten by Karachi Night

Happy Machines by Karachi Night Karachi Night, aka Yousef Qadeer, has two releases, both from 2015: 'Happy Machines' and the 4-track 'Composure' EP. With a heavy garage punk sound - maybe some Velvet Undergound influence? -  Karachi Night often anchors his tracks to a stiff bassline that remains solid and unwavering throughout. 'Frostbitten Kitten' is similar -

Veils – Ramsha

  In an interview with Emboss Magazine, Toronto-based artist Ramsha explains her creative process: “My role as a musician is to sculpt harmonies out of sounds and vibrations which further the beauty of the cosmos”. This reads less like an explanation and more like a manifesto, and it’s quite refreshing to hear an artist speak